Okay so fun fact about this post, it was completely a spur of the moment! I originally had planned not to post at all this week as I was focusing on school papers and building my engagement back up on my Instagram. However, while ironically browsing Instagram, I ran across this ad from Giuseppe Zanotti (my favorite shoe designer) and I was inspired! Therefore I am sharing the top 5 shoes I’m loving!
First off, I love shoes that can be paired with jeans or something dressier, like an actual dress. Yes, I would wear all of these with jeans, even the Zanotti Aleesha shoes. Anyways, let’s get into the top 5 shoes I’m loving!
Flat mules/slip-on shoes are the rave right now and have been for a while. I have a pair myself and they’re so cute but they always hurt my feet LOL. So it’s rare that I wear them, however, I am highly considering these as they would be perfect for day or night, casual or evening wear, even dressy outfits.
These flirty spring and summer mules by Charles David are the cutest! The heel is low so they would be comfortable too. If you remember my sponsored post with POSH, you’ll know that I love flower prints and this shoe is right up my alley. At $40 these sandals are a steal!
As mentioned above, Giuseppe Zanotti is my favorite designer shoe brand. These wings slip-on shoes are perfect for a day at work or dressing up some casual jeans or denim shorts. This would be a great shoe for transitioning into fall as well!
Can you believe I have never owned a pair of white converse chucks? I never really loved the idea of white shoes so I had every other color. White chucks I think are a great capsule piece though and it’s about time I get a pair. This will be my first purchase from my wishlist!
Now, time for the shoe that inspired this entire post. From the side, they look pretty simple but the front and the embellishment for the ankle that can be added is what really captured me. I’m not a fan of anything snake related so the snake detail isn’t my favorite but goodness, Zanotti really pulls it off every time. I love the cross stitching, round toe (not a fan of pointed toe shoes), and of course the gold detail. Kudos, Zanotti!